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Hello fellow Aussies! Just wondering how you are all coping with the Shift and I would be interested in hearing anyone's story on how being an Indigo has impacted their life.
It's great that I've finally had some members sign up...I was starting to think I was going to be the only one here!
Heliconia - I can't say I can tell you how being an indigo impacts my life as I'm not the indigo in the family...my 4 yo son is so I can only comment from a parenting point of view...however it is great to be able to speak to older indigo's to get their perspective of growing up and maybe gaining knowledge that might be useful for me!
Greetings from Melbourne guys, glad to see some other Aussies If your anywhere near Melbourne, we are meeting up at the Body, Mind, Spirit Festival on Friday at the Convention Center. Send a note to AngelDeLaNote or myself if you want to meet us. Later! *HUGS*
Greetings fellow AustrALIENS....well that's how the French spell Australians anyway.
Hey J's mum I would like to say welcome ^_^ My name is Angie
I see that you have a son and you are coming at this as a parenting point of view. I will tell you some of my experiences growing up.
First of all i never liked being told no....I always was confused as to why my mom would say no!...I think giving a reason why you say no can help him understand so that he can grow from that experience. Also,at least in my case I enjoyed playing alone or just watching kids play. I would not take this as a sign that he doesn't work well with kids, i think that will be quite the opposite ^_^ We just like watching others enjoy life and wonder how I can either make it better or learn a new skill.
In my personal experience I really cant remember much before the age of 12 (i think this is only me in the memory block) but I am sure if you are open with him and talk to him as if he understands (because he does) it will greatly increase the bond between you ^_^
Thanks for the message! I haven't been on the site for a couple of weeks now (things are so hectic at the minute!) but I just wanted to let you know that I wasn't being ignorant! :-) Yes, my son does enjoy playing by himself...his kinder teacher pointed this out but we both know it's not a bad thing...his big brother is about to move into his own bedroom so it will be interesting to see how he takes that as they have always shared...I hope he finds it exciting to have his own space...I find yelling is no good with him, I have to get down to his level and explain things to him and to get him to respond back (not that I yell a lot but when you ask him to do something and after 10 times it's still not done, it gets frustrating!!) But still we go on!
I propose some sort of meeting!! Maybe in Melbourne CBD or the gardens or something just to get more interaction!
just posting it out there
Hi guys just joined this website and it is good to see some fellow Aussie indigo people around and about so it is with great happiness that I meet you all today and look ford to many interesting discussions.
Peace happiness and personal truth to everyone
I havn't been on this website in a while, always busy lol.
I know, i know there have been no meetups for December, but that's because of the hectic christmas rush.
Meetups are definetely starting again in Jan.
I finally get around to organising meetups, and Dec comes along.
The worst time for meetups *sigh*
Here's the link to the meetup group if anyone is interested.
So it is January Happy New Year everyone!
We need to meet! All of us at some point.
It would be awesome to meet at the Royal Gardens in Melbourne what do people think. What about Friday January 9th! at 6pm?
I am just throwing a date and time. Lets get the ball movin!